You can have three famous people (living or dead) for dinner and conversation. Who would you invite and why?
Oprah Winfrey - so that I can talk her round into giving me a blank cheque.
Princess Diana - There are so many questions I'd like to ask her. I'm so curious about certain things related to her.
Kanye West - To slap his wrists for his behaviour at the MTV awards and then make him wash all the dishes.
Sylvia Plath for the appetizer course. i bet in the right element she would be relaxed and happy, and i would like to listen to her since she felt no one else did.
Jesus for dinner. i always wanted to meet him. i bet he would be really cool to talk to.
Carl Sagan for dessert. that would be the dreamiest most soothing cup of coffee ever.
President of united states so I can ask him questions about whats it like to be fisrt black president and how it as changed his life.
John and kate jus smack both of them and tel them to settle this mess out of court. It's getting out of control. And it' s not about htem it's about kids.
Emeril so he could cook use dinner and sure how he got started cooking.
JFK, Bill Clinton and Barbara Streisand. I think it would be very entertaining.
Jesus, Budha, Mohammad
will like to have round table spiritural discussion
I just want to go to lady E's house to see Kanye wash the dishes!!
by Beth Perry 3 years ago
If you could invite six television characters to Thanksgiving dinner...1. Who would they be? 2. Why did you invite them? 3. If an argument or fight erupts between your guests, what probably started it?
by Rosie Rose 7 years ago
If you could invite someone famous to Christmas dinner, who would it be?I would invite Oprah.. She is down-to-earth, has helped a lot of people, and everything she touches turns to gold. She is awesome!
by Jim Miller 5 years ago
Who's coming to dinner?It's a catered meal in a private room of a good hotel. Expense is not an issue. You may invite four writers, living or dead, to be your guests for the evening. Who do you invite and why?
by SteveoMc 7 years ago
If you wife has a boyfriend, should you invite him in for tea?
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